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    RAM Scram

    Is CAS the same as CL? I mean is CAS2.5 the same as CL2.5? Are we talking about the same thing?

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    Yes, different people and companies intermix the those two names, bnut they mean the same thing.

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    so...erm...what does CAS/CL actually mean?

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    Originally posted by a_yeap
    so...erm...what does CAS/CL actually mean?

    CAS
    (Column Address Select/or Strobe)--A control pin on a DRAM used to and activate a column address. The column selected on a DRAM is determined by the data present at the address pins when CAS becomes active.

    Glossary of Memory and Other Terms

    http://www.dewassoc.com/performance/memory/glossary.htm

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    bit like dma and ata

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